When the professor is sitting in his office, with the door closed, and there’s another person in there wearing a suit and a name-tag and holding lots of promotional materials from the college? That’s NOT a good time to get another faculty member to open the door and see if he’s in there. You have a 1430 appointment for getting a tutor you say? Come at 1430.
I will post the grades as soon as I run the sheets through the scantron. Two of your fellow distance learners have not sent their tests back, and I can’t tell you what the scores or the curves are until they do so. Twenty-five phone calls to my office won’t hurry things along, either.
There are graduate and undergraduate classes in this building as well as medical classes. Rooms are booked in advance, sometimes for months. If you leave your stuff in my classroom, you cannot get to it until class ends. It will only be an hour. And I want to point out that you are an IDIOT for leaving your cell phone in my classroom where it can ring. Next time you do that, I’m calling the weather and date phone line. In Tokyo.
That is all.